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with vegetables. probably brussels sprouts. get it now? i don't know. oh, come on, it's perfect. i bet brussels sprouts are ratburn's favorite food. according to this, they do contain several vitamins as well as being high in fiber and water. i rest my case. but there's no protein. my dad told me eggs are great protein so i'm bringing ten hard-boiled eggs. fine, but you can't survive that long on eggs alone. i'm looking for a single perfect food that has everything. maybe there isn't one. but there has to be. you just can't admit that we found a solution before you did. your solutions are incomplete. you're making this harder than it is. let's go to the park. good luck. one perfect food... one perfect food... may i help you? where would i find one food that has it all? some protein, a little fat carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and fiber? i'm afraid i can't help you with that. ( yells ) this assignment is impossible. ( laughing ) ( screams ) that's it! it is impossible. why didn't i think of it earlier? brain: so, what do you say? it's risky. i know. but there's no
over the weekend. >>> betting on pro football is nothing new in vai bass but they're fumbling this season losing big money. we'll see how they got into this mess on "cbs this morning." a great clean doesn't have to take long. i'm done. are you thinking what i'm thinking?season, losing big money. we'll see how they got into this mess on "cbs this morning." they're fumbling this season, losing big money. we'll see how they got into this mess on "cbs this morning." okay. all right. oh! [ female announcer ] the 2-in-1 swiffer sweeper uses electrostatic dry cloths to clean better than a broom. and its wet mopping cloths can clean better than a mop in half the time so you don't miss a thing. mom, have you seen my -- hey! hey! he did it. [ female announcer ] swiffer. better clean in half the time. or your money back. ♪ ♪ [ slap! ] [ male announcer ] your favorite foods fighting you? fight back fast with tums. calcium-rich tums starts working so fast you'll forget you had heartburn. ♪ tum tum tum tum tums ♪ [ female announcer ] there are lots of different
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to see you. i'm joe biden. there's lots to smile about. >> you bet. >> are you with that woman there? >> i am. >> all right where's the secret service. come on, mom. take your chance. earn your reputation here. would you take a picture of us? now i've got everyone. >> spread your legs. you're going to be frisked. if you say that to someone in north dakota -- >> reporter: he was quick to dole out advice. [ inaudible ] he looks it. this guy looks like -- you know what i mean? good to see you, man. if you need he help, let me. >> reporter: an experienced dad and grand dad he expressed an especially light touch with the little ones. >> he's a democrat, i know, but it's okay. >> a touch that left proud parents smiling. >> put your hand up, okay? do you solemnly swear that you will support the constitution of the u.s. against all enemies foreign and domestic? >> how adorable is that with the baby also with his hand up. >> washington needs a little more humor like that. >> with joe biden. >> yes, yes. >> everybody loves joe biden. >>> all right. from capitol hill we turn to hillbillies, whi
capital betting that the shares will go up. >> do we have any any suspicion of where karl icahn is or is this bad blood -- >> well, there are people who have speculated about what karl icahn's position may be or may not be in herbalife, but he is on record saying he won't admit to owning herbalife. >>> the u.s. doping agency is giving lance armstrong one last chance to testify under oath. if he doesn't do so by next week it will be irreversible. last night, the man who brought him down on "60 minutes" tells scott pelley why he thinks he is lying. >> he said everyone did it, he wasn't doing anything special. >> it is just simply not true. the access they had to inside information, to how the tests work, what tests went in place at what time special access to the laboratory he was the one that entirely -- on an entirely different playing field. even if you assume all the other athletes had access to some doping products. >> armstrong admitted to doping throughout his seven tour de france victories. he tried to make a comeback in 2009. he admitted the first s
languages. they're just mixed-up letters. exactly. you know, i bet we could invent something much more interesting. okay! let's each come up with some ideas tonight, and then meet tomorrow at the ice cream shop. oh, this is harder than i thought. everything i come up with is too complicated. hey, i know! why don't you just replace every word with "wally"? wally, wally, wally? i have no idea what you just said. neither do i but i like the way it sounds. ( yawns ) maybe i'll think of something in the morning. i'm beat. why did we have to come all the way to the grammazon jungle? you know the humidity makes me warp! ( monkeys shrieking ) there's a secret language that's right for me somewhere in here. i know it! whoa! what are those? how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? peter piper picked a peck... they're dangerous tongue-twisting-toads! i read about them in the guidebook! how much wood would... be careful! ( screams ) get your slimy tongue off my puppeteer! she sells seashells by the seashore. she sells seashells by the seasho
happening. they're here! we're being attacked by aliens! ( screams ) were they scared? you bet. but the more you know about something, the less scary it is. here's a picture of the real mars. it looks like a big rusty desert. how can anything live there? good question. and i know just where we can do a little research. d.w.: okay, so i know that it'll take me over two years to get to mars and that i'd weigh almost nothing there but i still don't know whether there's any life on it. dad: scientists haven't answered that question yet. d.w.: well, someone has to do it. it might as well be me. okay, children, it's time for our career day presentations. who would like to go first? okay, d.w. you can start. when i grow up, i'm going to be the first person to set foot on mars. and the first person to be eaten by a giant martian lizard. timmy, shh. mars is called the red planet because... the martian blood glows red in the dark. giant lizards? blood? i don't want to hear this. children, please settle down. are they coming here? are they going to get us? ( whistle blow
: a school of mullet fish. i bet that whistle means "i found food. this way!" aviva: follow those dolphins! (clicking) hey, are you getting any of this? no, but it seems like they're making a plan for the hunt. problem is, they're doing it in dolphinese. well, how hard can it be? let's just follow their lead. huh? (squealing) what's wrong, click? (whistle-clicking) huh? what? whistle? you're saying whistle. what about him? (squealing) that must be some kind of distress call. i think she's worried about whistle. (squealing) uh-oh, i'll check it out. okay, we'll stay here and decode this hunting stuff. okay guys, let's do this. catching fish, dolphin-style! (dolphins click-whistling) got it. that click whistle must mean something like "circle the fish!" no problem. i'm with you, guys! oof! sorry, wrong way. this way, right? (whistle-clicking) ha! i got this now. we're herding the fish into a tight ball-- a bait ball! this is genius. talk about a smart creature, and by communicating you can cooperate and work together. (clicking rapidly) oh, up. got it! th
champions! got it. ( clears throat ) i bet you're one of those urchins who sneaks into the park without paying. give me that ball, you little thief. but mister, i chased it down fair and square. my name is horace p. crane. i own the grebes. i own the land you're standing on and i own that ball. ( spits ) then with this ball, i put a curse on your crummy team. you'll never win another championship. francine: and that started the longest championship-losing streak of any team in the history of the league. harry told me the curse of the kid was lifted this year. really? how? a descendant of horace p. crane-- his second cousin's nephew's niece-- found the ball in her attic and finally laid it at the kid's tombstone. why do people believe these things? well, so far, so good. but i'm not taking off this hat until the series is over. announcer: the kings are looking to break the three-three deadlock but it doesn't look very likely as their number nine hitter steps up to the plate. don't worry, buster, look who's up at bat. buster: mucky flint? he's got the lowest batt
the arthur books that i bet you didn't know. in almost all the arthur books, i hide the names of my kids: "tolon," "tucker" and "eliza." this is probably one of the hardest to find the name hidden. if you look very carefully on arthur's desk the pencil holder has eliza's name. the other names are hidden on the ends of these baby beds in the hospital. see if you can find their names. captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org visit us on-line at... you can find arthur books and lots of other books, too at your local library. access.wgbh.org ♪ and everybody that you meet ♪ ♪ has an original point of view ♪ ♪ and i say hey! ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day ♪ ♪ if we could learn to work and play ♪ ♪ and get along with each other. ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day. ♪ hey! ♪ what a wonderful kind of day. ♪ hey! funding for arthur is provided by... ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] fun for everyone makes a family strong. chuck e. cheese's proudly supports pbs kids. and by contributions to your pbs station from...
. just for the commercials, too. we'll show you one of the ads and the ceo who's betting it will make you hungry. when "cbs this morning" continues. >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by lifestyle lift. find out how you can light up your life. ♪ [ singing in spanish ] >> nicely done taco bell. that's a look at the new taco bell commercial airing in sunday's super bowl. it's not the only way the chain is trying to get your attention. greg creed joins us ceo of taco bell. nice to see you again. you've been here before. are you concerned about airing it early, that it may diminish the impact on super bowl sunday? obviously you're not because you're letting us see it. why aren't you concerned is a better question. >> no. i think social media's all about sharing. i think the opportunity to share -- last night we shared it with our 150,000 employees. already this morning they're sharing it with their friends. we've got ten million facebook friends. they're already showing it. i think if you live in a social world, it's all about sharing. and what we
) "killer." hmm, that's a mighty tough name for such a cute little thing. ( whimpering ) well, i bet you're hungry, killer. ( barking ) that's leftover beef stroganoff, and it took me two hours to make, so i don't want to hear any complaints. ( munching ) well, lookee here. it's a little fuzzy rat. what a strange thing to put on a leash. come down here and say that, fuzz face! i'll tie your whiskers in knots! ooh, it has a temper! now, now, little dog-thing don't strangle yourself... yet. you better have all nine lives because you're going to need every one of them after i... what are you looking at, liver lips? ( whimpers ) and stay away! yeah, that's right keep on walking! ( barking ) sorry about that. she's a little cranky. where is she? where's the doggie? she's in the kitchen. you may want to wait a bit before... she's beautiful! not at all like arthur's stinky dog! ( mimicking baby talk ): hi, little killer. you want to play? oh, no, d.w. be careful! ( killer barking ) ( d.w. screaming ) ( growling ) ( barks ) i didn't do anything! she just came at
business community to the president's side and the fact is republicans have two much bet ear renas to fight over spending they have a continuing resolution which funds government which comes up at the end of march and they have the sequester, which automatically cuts spending unless it's dealt with. those two fronts they can fight and they have much less resistance from the average american, and it's much harder for the president to oppose them. >> speaker boehner said yesterday that the american people do not support raising the debt ceiling without reducing government spending at the same time. so do you disagree with speaker boehner? >> i think that if you get involved in a fight over the debt ceiling, and talking about defaulting which is what the consequences if the president's truly stubborn the congress is truly stubborn you get a default. at that point the pressure in the congress becomes a dead loser. all these different groups come together and say you have to pass this. i don't think we should pick fights where we are in a position where we c
did a lot to help increase the sales. i bet it did. >>> actor ashton kutcher will be at macworld in san francisco today. kutcher plays the title role in the upcoming film about steve jobs. macworld kicks off today and runs through february 2 over at the moscone center. >>> if you want a beautiful day, lawrence is going to tell you all about it. >> we are serving up a nice one today. lots of sunshine all the way to the coastline this afternoon. the temperatures will be running well above average. overlooking san jose right now, a little hazy in the atmosphere but otherwise looking good. chilly in spots inland, still into the 30s, 40s elsewhere. but by the afternoon, this high of 58 degrees today in oakland. 66 and sunny in san jose. 67 degrees in santa rosa and 66 in the napa valley. beautiful weather, above-normal temperatures will continue tomorrow. looking nice into the weekend with a few more clouds. then those clouds thicken up and the temperatures cool off toward the middle of next week. we're going to check out your "timesaver traffi
room together. all share a bathroom and everything. >> reporter: i bet she loved that. >> she loved it. what she looked forward to every trip. as she sits right here and chats. >> hi! >> and the grammy goes to -- "own the night," lady antebellum. >> reporter: the group has now won seven grammys. does it feel like a blink of an eye or does it feel like you've lived a bit of a lifetime in five years? >> in ways it's like, gosh, this is still brand-new. but then in other ways it's like i can't believe we're getting used to walking red carpets. >> reporter: and living life on a much larger stage. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> go ahead, norah. go ahead, charlie. ♪ it's a quarter after 1:00, i'm a little drunk and i need you now ♪ >> charlie likes lady antebellum. >> the best part, gayle and i singing along. we're getting a sound system in our make-up room. that is one of my 2013 goals. >> i like that idea. >> of course, when i mentioned that to gayle this morning, charlie, she said what time are we going to be playing the music? whenever we want to. >> we're getting
're delicious. they're easy. and i bet you, once you see the difference in your health, you will not want to add gluten back to your diet. take it from riva. she's a client of mine in her 60s. she was dealing with inflammation in her joints which she was convinced was arthritis. except now, it's 90% gone. at 5'5" she weighed 170 pounds. she was a yo-yo dieter. she was exhausted and feeling her age. the virgin diet has completely given her her life back. she lost five pounds the first week, has 14 pounds off so far four inches off her waist, five inches off her hips. best of all--and this is the huge takeaway--she loves what she's eating now. she loves the delicious nonprocessed alternatives to the food she had been eating and she feels like she has tons of choices. when she eats out, she has chicken or wild fish. she orders double veggies, no starch-- another mantra we should have: double veggies, no starch. "no, don't bring the bread basket to the table. nope. no, thank you." she's no longer feeling her age. in fact, she's feeling better physically and emotionally than she has in years. and her
'donnell is in washington. good morning. >> you excited about the super bowl? >> you bet i am. >> i'm excited to be in new orleans -- >> how was washington late last night? >> i went to bed early because we get up early, but this were lots of parties here in washington and certainly apparently a very late night party at the white house. we'll have more on that later. >>> and royal watchers have been focused on prince william and kate but now prince harry is back in the spotlight. he's coming home after his second military deployment to afghanistan. and he's sharing never-before-heard details about his mission and the mistakes of his private life. mark phillips is in london. mark good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you're right we haven't seen much of prince harry lately. and that's not an accident. he has been away at war. but the prince who can't stop making news seems to be making up for lost time. the warrior prince is all over the headlines again today, and here's why. for five months prince harry has been living the life he clearly prefers to the one he'd been dealt. there a
or a castle so i combined the two. it's a space-castle tree house. i bet that's new. actually, it reminds me of the work of the spanish architect antonio gaudi. it does? it's a compliment, arthur. gaudi created some of the most inspiring buildings of his generation. look at his church of the sagrada familia in barcelona. buster: awesome! arthur: that's amazing. what did you come up with, buster? i know it sounds kind of silly, but, well, it's a pizza tree house. at first i imagined it as pie-shaped, but then i thought why not separate the slices? and you could climb from slice to slice on ladders made of cheese. ( stick figure burps ) hmm... cheese is not the best building material. oh... i guess the whole idea is pretty ridiculous. no, it isn't. i made a building once that looked just like a pair of binoculars-- see? a great building can be inspired by anything. the question is, can it be built? i don't think one tree could support all that. that's why i decided to use ten trees. i couldn't fit everyone's wishes into one design so i spread it out. that way, binky can
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